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Intel Alder Lake-S Pre-Orders to Go Live on 27th October, Reviews on 4th November, Up to 100 Z690 Motherboards Planned

Intel will be announcing its next-gen Alder Lake processors for desktop computers during an online event from 27th to 28th of October. Pre-orders for the K and KF series SKUs will go live the same day (October 27th at 09:00 am PT), followed by the review/sales embargo on the 4th of November at 06:00 am PT. The budget non-K SKUs will be launched during CES 2022, or around the same date (Jan 2022).

CPUP-CoresE-CoresTotal Cores/ThreadP-Core Base/Boost All Core Boost (P-Core)E-Core Base/BoostAll Core Boost (E-Core)CachePL1PL2MSRP
Core i9-12900K8816 / 243.2 / 5.3 GHz5.0 GHz (All Core)TBA / 3.9 GHz3.7 GHz (All Core)30 MB125W228W$599
Core i9-129008816 / 243.2 / 5.2 GHz4.9 GHz (All Core)TBATBA30 MB65W~200W$509
Core i9-12900T8816 / 24TBA / 4.9 GHzTBATBATBA30 MB35WTBATBA
Core i7-12700K8412 / 203.6 / 5.0 GHz4.7 GHz (All Core)TBA / 3.8 GHz3.6 GHz (All Core)25 MB125W228W$429
Core i7-127008412 / 203.6 / 4.9 GHz4.6 GHz (All Core)TBATBA25 MB65W~200W$359
Core i7-12700T8412 / 20TBA / 4.7 GHzTBATBATBA25 MB35WTBATBA
Core i5-12600K6410 / 163.7 / 4.9 GHz4.5 GHz (All Core)TBA / 3.6 GHz3.4 GHz (All Core)20 MB125W228W$279
Core i5-12600606 / 123.7 / 4.8 GHz4.4GHz (All Core)TBATBA18 MB65W~200W$249
Core i5-12600T606 / 12TBA / 4.6 GHzTBATBATBA18 MB35WTBATBA
Core i5-12500T606 / 12TBA / 4.4 GHzTBATBATBA18 MB35WTBATBA
Core i5-12400606 / 12TBATBATBATBA18 MB65W~200W$203
Core i5-12400T606 / 12TBA / 4.2 GHzTBATBATBA18 MB35WTBATBA
Core i3-12200T404 / 8TBA / 4.2 GHzTBATBATBA12 MB35WTBATBA
Core i3-12100T404 / 8TBA / 4.1 GHzTBATBATBA12 MB35WTBATBA

Meanwhile, Intel’s board partners including ASRock, Gigabyte, ASUS, MSI, Biostar, and NZXT will be launching a total of nearly 100 Z690 motherboards for the new processors. Most of these should come with DDR5, and PCIe Gen 5.0 support, with some, also utilizing DDR4. Boards with support for both memory standards are highly unlikely.

Source

Source: WCCFTech.

Areej

Computer Engineering dropout (3 years), writer, journalist, and amateur poet. I started my first technology blog, Techquila while in college to address my hardware passion. Although largely successful, it was a classic example of too many people trying out multiple different things but getting nothing done. Left in late 2019 and been working on Hardware Times ever since.

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